HVAC Restoration – post-flood or post-fire situations

Fire and Water Damage Require Air Duct Cleaning and HVAC Restoration

Ductwork collects dirt and debris on a normal basis, but when a tragedy such as a fire or flood occurs, it is IMPERATIVE that the HVAC system be inspected for cleaning procedures and possible microbial growth.

In the aftermath of such an incident, your ductwork has then been polluted with additional smoke, soot, gaseous emissions and water. These foreign materials may deposit themselves even when the system is not in operation and can potentially affect system performance, corrosion resistance, and the general hygiene of the HVAC interior surfaces. An inspection of the HVAC system conditions is necessary to determine at what point the HVAC system has been impacted by a fire-related particulate. When addressing water related issues within mechanical systems, DUCTZ strictly adheres to the institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) S500 and S520 standards to assess and restore mechanical systems.